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Am 14.03.14 00:19, schrieb brendon.humph...@mac.com:
> At present there is no mechanism to do this.
You can quite simply identify the stable MacZFS 74.3.3:
The zfs.kext has the version number in its Info.plist file, and also
logs it to the system log on kext load time.
All other binaries (zfs, zpool, the libraries, ...) have the full
version info compiled in. Simply do a
strings _file_to_test_ | grep -e 'PROJECT:'
For example, the zpool binary from MacZFS-74.3.3 would be identified as
> On Thursday, 13 March 2014 11:22:22 UTC+11, roemer wrote:
>> I am currently trying out zfs on OS X Mavericks. There are a
>> couple of different versions around (the stable MacZFS 74.3.3 and
>> the latest builds of OSXzfs). Once installed, is there a command
>> to tell the version of a currently installed zfs distribution? I
>> do not mean the pool or filesystem version, but the build number
>> of the actual tools (like the '-version' option of Gnu tools)...
>> This would be really handy during testing!
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